SUMMIT, NJ - Himalayan singing bowl sound therapy, which involves Tibetan singing bowls being struck and sung in specific rhythmic patterns to create vibrational sound harmonics at the frequency of "Aum" or "Om," has been shown to helps participants shift from a lower vibrational frequency to a higher one.
This shift creates harmony that radiates through the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies, with benefits including deep relaxation, stress reduction, and rejuvenation.
The Connection for Women and Families is hosting a workshop, entitiled “Sound Healing with Himalayan Singing Bowls,” December 12, from 3-5 p.m.
Led by Certified Sound Healers, Kati Walker and Denise Mihalik, the workshop is free and open to the public; membership not required..
Attendees are asked to bring a blanket, pillow, and small towel or eye pillow.
Registration for this workshop is required and space is limited. For more information visit TheConnectionOnline.org, call: 908-273-4242, or stop by 79 Maple Street in Summit.